Tomer Hemed in negotiations with a New Zealand team

Tomer Hemed in negotiations with a New Zealand team
Tomer Hemed in negotiations with a New Zealand team

Is Tomer Hemed on his way to a new and surprising destination abroad? According to reports in the Australian media, the New Zealand Wellington Phoenix team that plays in the Australian league and finished last season in third place is in advanced talks with the Israeli striker (33).

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Hemed belonged to the English Brighton until the summer but was released from it and is now considered a free agent. He signed with the team in 2015, but the last season he played in the media was in 2017/18, when he scored 2 goals in 16 appearances in the media.

In the previous two seasons he was loaned to the Queens Park Rangers (2018/19, seven goals in 27 appearances) and last season to Charlton Athletic in the media did not honor a single goal in 18 games. After his release from Brighton he has so far not found a team for the current season.

Wellington Phoenix is ​​a relatively young team, formed in 2007 and joined the Australian League in place of another New Zealand team called the New Zealand Knights who were suspended from the A League and later disbanded. The name of the team was chosen by the residents of the city, and it came to represent the resurgence of New Zealand football in the Australian League (Phoenix – Phoenix). One of the main sponsors of the Sony Club, by the company’s branch in New Zealand.

At Wellington, Hemed is seen as a replacement for Gary Hopper, a former Celtic player who also previously played in the English Premier League. Hemed’s advantage It was decided that due to the Corona and the fear of more locksmiths, Wellington players and their families would live in Sydney, Australia, where of course they would host their games.

Hemed whose last game was in July in Charlton Science against Birmingham is still undecided whether to take the offer.

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